Jeremy Renner is doing ‘whatever it takes’ in recovery efforts after a snowplow accident

Jeremy Renner continues his recovery efforts from injuries sustained in a snow plow accident. The hawk eye Star revealed what he was doing on his road to recovery nearly two months after the horrific incident.

“What it takes,” Renner shared on his Instagram Stories as he peddled a single-legged exercise bike.

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In a follow-up post, the Mayor of Kingston The actor also noted that he took care of his mental health. He posted the cover of author Mark Nepo’s The Book of Awakening.

Renner had always divided up before “Electrostimulation Training and Muscle Strength” as part of his recovery process.

Jeremy Renner's recovery posts on Instagram Stories

Jeremy Renner’s recovery posts on Instagram Stories

Renner suffered an accident while snow plowing in January and was airlifted to the hospital after suffering “blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries.” According to initial reports, Renner was in “critical condition” but after undergoing surgery he was resurfaced on social media Thank you everyone for your thoughts during this difficult process.

“According to the investigation, Mr. Renner was run over by the PistonBully at this point. An eyewitness saw in detail Mr. Renner getting into the PistonBully and did not see him again until the PistonBully came to a stop in a pile of snow outside his driveway,” authorities said, reporting on the accident involving Renner.

More reports from CNN detailed that Renner was plowing snow to get his nephew’s truck out. At one point during the process, the Marvel actor exited the snowplow as the truck began to skid. He then noticed the snow groomer heading towards his nephew and when he tried to distract him, “he was pulled off the track under the vehicle and run over.”

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