Jeremy Renner continues to share his motivational messages and what helped him in his efforts to recover from the New Year’s Day snow excavator accident.
Detachment of revenge The actor shared a video on Saturday that includes a series of clips of his walking progress from walking with a walker to gradually increasing speed and walking steadily without any support. any help.
His caption read: “My PT did this for reference and remember, you can’t walk unless you take one step at a time! #onefootinfrontoftheother.”
Two days before, Hawk Eye the star shared another video of him using a workout belt connected to the machine, working on his leg muscles and mobility. He wrote in the post’s caption, “UPDATE: I’ve decided to get over the pain of progress (this damn broken tibia) and get the new parts for a little test drive.”
He continued, “The body is amazing…. Even though I feel like a Tin Man, needing oil for all my new joints (hips, knees, ankles, tibia, etc.). Was encouraged after this launch to continue (don’t tell my PT).
The Mayor of Kingstown The actor has been open about his path to recovery after a snow removal accident on New Year’s Day left him hospitalized with serious injuries. It was later revealed that he had broken a total of more than 30 bones in an accident near his home in Reno, Nevada. According to the Washoe County Sheriff’s Department at the time, Renner attempted to get back in the car to redirect the machine away from his nephew as it began to roll away, dragging him under the 4,300-pound snow cat.
The actor has paused public events to focus on his recovery, but last month he returned to the red carpet in Los Angeles for the premiere of his Disney+ movie. Rennervations.
He also sat down with ABC News host Diane Sawyer in April for Jeremy Renner: Diane Sawyer Interview – A Story of Terror, Survival and Victory, his first discussion of the crash. In the interview, he revealed how much metal was used to help regenerate and strengthen his face and body.