Your BMR doesn't include your exercise and daily activities; here's how SP calculates your nutrition ranges: www.sparkpeople.com/resource/calorie_calcu
In order to gain weight, you'd have to eat OVER your BMR + daily activity + exercise calories.
I would also take biological impedance measurements with a grain of salt; they're not very accurate.
2 lbs is well within the range of normal weight fluctuation; 5 lbs either way is normal, and accounts for daily water weight changes.
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