Jeremy Renner has come a long way since his tragic snowplow accident.
Jeremy was run over by a machine in January and suffered blunt force trauma and orthopedic injuries to his chest.
On Friday, the Marvel star posted a video to her Instagram Story of her doing a light jog on her Boost microgravity treadmill.
Next to the video, Renner wrote, “My first attempt at light jogging while supporting my weight because of a fractured tibia,” adding a smiley emoji, saying, “Pain is progress for me.”
In the video, Jeremy says, “It’s a new activity, right?
The 52-year-old added: “My leg is still broken, but the titanium saved me.”
Melvin Robert of “Extra” sat down with Jeremy last month as he returned to the red carpet for the premiere of Disney+’s new show “Renervations.”
Renner, who was walking with a cane, explained why it was important to be there. “It was part of the goals I set for my recovery. There are milestones in my recovery, from the next breath to the next step. , I wanted to do that at the show.”
He later added of his journey: There are so many people who didn’t die earlier this year who kept me alive…I took it from there and kept me alive. “
He emphasized, “My confidence, resilience, strength and will…we all need it, but I can’t do it alone…like this show, like being here with me.” Besides, it’s more fun to do something with someone you care about.” My family and my daughter have been through the good and the bad in life. It should be done with people you care about rather than alone. “