On Sunday, the actor for the Avengers posted a video to social media with a recovery update, showing him using a treadmill months after the New Year’s Day accident that left him seriously injured.

Using the hashtags “#mindful,” “#intended,” and “#recovery,” Renner posted on Twitter, “I now have to find OTHER things to occupy my time so my body can recover from my will.”

About two months after the accident at his property outside of Reno, Nevada, in January, when he shattered more than 30 bones and required many surgeries, Renner is seen in the 15-second film operating a high-end treadmill.

In the video, Renner describes how using the device is similar to “having a cane” while speaking with a companion by his side. “Now is the time for my body to rest and recover from my will,” he wrote as the caption for the video on his Instagram Stories.

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After a snow plough, estimated to weigh at least 14,330 lbs., ran over Renner while he was assisting a family member with a “stuck” vehicle in the snow, the actor was left in “serious but stable condition.”

On February 27, Renner shared a clip to his Instagram Stories that showed one of his legs resting while the other pedalled on a workout machine. This was one of the most recent significant updates on his ongoing recuperation.

Renner captioned the video, “Whatever it Takes,” a reference to a line spoken by Chris Evans, who plays Renner’s Marvel co-star, in the upcoming film Avengers: Endgame.

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On a subsequent slide, Renner added the words “Mental Recovery Too” and a picture of himself reading Mark Nepo’s The Book of Awakening.

Renner updated his viewers on his Disney+ series Rennervations last month and wrote, “Thank you for your patience … while I am in the shop now, working on me.”

Published by HOLR Magazine

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