Jeremy Renner continues to put one foot in front of the other and stay focused on his recovery more than five months after being crushed by a snowplow.
Renner, 52, showed his millions of Twitter followers his “first attempt” with jogging on a high-tech, antigravity treadmill he set up at what appeared to be his home in Los Angeles.
“Weight assisted jog on the @BoostTreadmills,” Renner wrote. “The most difficult step is the first one … #loveandtitanium.”
The “Hawkeye” star has remained consistent with various therapies after a traumatic beginning to the year.
“It’s hard to tell,” Renner said.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe star wore a red T-shirt, shorts and a hat while working out.
A massive snowstorm the night before had left multiple vehicles stranded, and Renner attempted to move one vehicle from his driveway by using his PistenBully. He successfully moved the car, exited the PistenBully and was speaking with a family member when the snowplow began to roll unexpectedly.
Washoe County Sheriff’s Department officials responded to the bloody scene, which was reported by a neighbor shortly before 9 a.m. Renner was attempting to help his nephew, Alex Fries, move a truck which was stuck in the snow.
Last month, “The Hurt Locker” star had a chance to say thank you to a few special people and shared several photos with the hospital staff at the Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno, Nevada.
During an interview with Diane Sawyer, Renner said, “I was awake through all of it, it’s exactly how you’d imagine it feels like… I was on asphalt and ice… it feels like someone took the wind out of you. Too many things are going on in the body to feel pain, it’s everything. It’s like if your soul could have pain.”