I have both a Fitbit and the new Spark Activity Tracker
. What I like better about the Spark tracker is that it only captures exercise you do for 10 minutes or more when it is adding to your tracker so the additional calories that will be suggested/added to your nutrition tracker would only be those that are directly related to working out compared to the Fitbit that is adding all minutes. In the case of your workouts (50 minutes, 35 minutes and 25 minutes on average), since you worked out that much, yes you should increase your intake. You wouldn't want to add back at the top end of the range but somewhere between the upper range of the regular range (about 1550 calories) to the lower end of the new range. It sounds like that is what you did. Now you just need to see how you are doing with your goals and then find the balance. You can use your Fitbit.com information (focus on the red area minutes) to help you only add back the fitness minutes/calories which should be the most accurate.
Hope that helps. Let me know if I can offer other thoughts.
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