Jeremy Renner was seen walking for the first time since his accident with a snow plow in January, and he documented the experience in his most recent social media post.
The actor known for his role in “Hawkeye” uploaded a video to his Instagram account in which he works out on a treadmill that counteracts the effects of gravity.
Renner claims in the video that he is in complete command of “the walking activity,” and that the anti-gravity treadmill is merely alleviating some of the pressure that is being placed on his legs while they are healing.
The actor said in the caption, “Now is the moment for my body to relax and recover from my will,” and it was a quote from one of his movies.
Jeremy Renner Walking Again After His Snow Plow Accident
Renner was injured at the beginning of January after being run over by his Sno-Cat, which is a large snow plow that weighs at least 14,330 pounds.
The incident resulted in acute chest damage and orthopedic problems. While the actor was attempting to dig a relative out of the snow near his house in Lake Tahoe, he was run over and killed by a Sno-Cat.
Following the incident, Renner disclosed on his Instagram account that he had broken more than 30 bones.
“These thirty or more fractures will heal and become stronger over time, just as the love and connection that we have with our families and friends.
Warmest regards and prayers are being sent your way,” He wrote an essay for publication.
The Marvel actor demonstrated in a video that he released online one month ago how he builds his leg muscles by riding a Technogym bike.
In addition, he acknowledged that one of the things he’s doing to improve his mental health is reading The Book of Awakening by Mark Nepo, which is about how to live the life you want by being present in the one you already have.
Before that, on January 21, Renner said on Instagram that he had undergone a number of surgery as a result of a horrible tragedy that occurred on his farm outside of Reno, Nevada.
“Everything changed on New Year’s Day, from the morning workout to the resolutions that everyone made.
It was born out of suffering for my entire family and was very quickly transformed into a unified and powerful love.
Please accept my heartfelt gratitude for the numerous thoughtful words and prayers that have been said on behalf of my family and Myself…. I want you to know how much I appreciate you and how much I care about you.
These thirty or more fractures will heal and become stronger through time, much as the love and connection that we have with our families and friends. Every one of you is constantly in my thoughts and prayers.”
Since he miraculously escaped the horrifying incident on January 1, Renner has been documenting his recovery process in a series of Instagram posts.