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During exercise, stored chemical energy is converted to energy that can be used for muscle movement bone development ligament repair blood vessel dilation

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    Bone development and ligament repair aren't prominent during exercise. Vasodilation is more of a neurochemical interaction The body uses energy, stored and available, for muscle movement

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    muscle movement

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