The reason that your range is staying at the 1200-1550 even with your exercise may be because you've chosen an aggressive goal of 2lbs per week. If you changed out your "end date" to allow for 1-1/2lbs per week, then your range would likely go up (I would guess to around the 1410-1760 area, based on a rough guesstimate of your age and height).
You might want to go in to your goals and make sure that the end date works for you, and also re-enter your fitness goals with your assessment of how many calories you burn each week in your workouts. Once you've saved these, you may find that your calorie range goes up, especially if you set your end date a bit further out.
The 1200-1550 range is the lowest that Spark allows, so if their calculation would have you lower than that, based on your goal and your fitness burns, then it will still put you at this range. You may have to do a huge increase in calories burned in order to change this, if you prefer to keep the most aggressive goal of 2lbs per week.
Hope this helps!
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