Jeremy Renner is a living, breathing miracle as he continues his recovery from a traumatic and horrific snowplow accident that occurred on New Year’s Day – just a few months ago. With dozens of broken bones, blunt force trauma to his chest, and numerous other injuries, the 52-year-old actor isn’t giving up.
On Monday, Renner took to his Instagram Story to provide a much-needed update with his fans. In the brief video, Renner was cycling on a stationary bike as he continued physical therapy. One of his legs was resting off to the side while he used his upper body to assist with his other leg as he pedaled.
“Whatever It Takes,” the former Hawkeye and S.W.A.T. actor captioned in the video. He also shared a second Story of him reading The Book of Awakening by Mark Nepo – a simple reminder that, while his physical health needs to recover and heal, so does his mental health after such a traumatic experience.
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Jeremy Renner has taken to Instagram on several occasions since the accident to provide updates on his continued recovery. On January 3rd, just a few days after the accident, he wrote, “Thank you all for your kind words. ????. Im too messed up now to type. But I send love to you all,” alongside a photo of himself.
A couple of weeks later, he shared a photo of himself going through a morning workout while lying on his bed. He expressed how he was ‘spawned from tragedy for my entire family, and quickly focused into uniting actionable love.’ It’s clear that this is an uphill battle for Renner, but one he’s motivated to climb.
“I want to thank EVERYONE for their messages and thoughtfulness for my family and I …. Much love and appreciation to you all. These 30-plus broken bones will mend , grow stronger, just like the love and bond with family and friends deepens. Love and blessings to you all,” he continued in his post on January 21.
Over the past few months, Jeremy Renner has received endless words of encouragement, love, prayers, and even visits from some of his closest friends, family, and fans. Earlier this month, his former co-star, Evangeline Lilly, spoke about her visit and described it as ‘intense,’ but knows he’ll fight through it.
Jeremy Renner Proud of New Season of ‘Mayor of Kingstown’
Two weeks after his horrific accident, which resulted in Jeremy Renner being run over by his snowplow, the actor helped promote the newest season – Season 2 – of his popular show Mayor of Kingstown. He has been posting reminders of each episode’s release date ever since the season premiere on Jan. 15.
The second season is equipped with 10 episodes, and we’re already seven episodes in – Episode 7 was released on February 26, this past Sunday. “I just got eyes on the second half of this season. Buckle up is all I can say!!!!” wrote Renner on Instagram on February 18th – before the release of the sixth episode.
The next episode will air on Paramount+ this Sunday, March 5th. With just three more episodes to go, fans are eager to learn what happens next and, according to Renner, they’re in for quite the show. To be in the condition he’s in and going through what he’s going through, his dedication to his craft is admirable.
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Not only that, but he’s preparing for the release of a new Disney+ show called ‘Rennervations’ – a four-part series that details his dedication to giving back to the community. “As soon as I’m back on my feet, we are coming to YOU, all across the globe… I hope you’re ready !!!” he wrote on Instagram.
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