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Jeremy Renner posts video of himself walking on an anti-gravity treadmill

Actor Jeremy Renner continues his journey to recovery step by step.

The ‘Avengers’ star, who was run over by his own snowplow in a horrific accident in January, shared video of himself walking on an anti-gravity treadmill on Sunday.

As he walks, he tells another man in the room that he walks while putting less weight on his legs, which is like using a cane.

“I now have to find other things to occupy my time so my body can recover from my willpower,” Renner, 52, tweeted along with the footage from his physical therapy.

The ‘Hawkeye’ star was left in critical condition after trying to stop the snow plow from sliding and hitting his nephew before it crushed his leg in Lake Tahoe.

Renner, who lost a significant amount of blood, had to undergo several surgeries following his near-fatal accident.

Renner was using the snowplow to plow his way out of his house following a severe winter snowstorm at the time of the tragedy.

In footage released on Sunday, Renner can also be heard telling the other man that he is walking with only “40% of my weight.”

He tweeted a video update of his recovery.

Jeremy Renner
The actor was hospitalized after his accident and had to undergo several surgeries.

Renner updated fans on his progress since the accident, including an Instagram Story from last month that showed him pedaling with one leg on a stationary bike with the caption “whatever it takes.”

He also shared the moment earlier this month when he found the snowplow that broke 30 bones.

“She’s finally coming home,” he wrote alongside a photo of the Kässbohrer PistenBully snow plow being loaded onto the driveway.


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