Taking to Twitter recently, the Avengers star shared a video of himself walking for the first time since the accident, with the assistance of an anti-gravity treadmill. "Now is the time for my body to rest and recover from my will," he captioned his post.
The actor was hospitalized for blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries at the start of January after his Sno-Cat, a large snow plow that weighs at least 14,330 pounds, ran him over. The actor was trying to help a family member out of the snow near his home in Lake Tahoe when the Sno-Cat crushed him.
Renner later announced on Instagram that he damaged over 30 bones in the collision. "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 wrote.
Renner has been chronicling his recovery ever since he survived the horrifying incident.
Last month, the Marvel star shared a video of him improving his leg strength with the help of a Technogym bike.
He also revealed he is working on his mental recovery too by reading The Book Of Awakening: Having the Life You Want by Being Present in the Life You Have by Mark Nepo, which is a series of daily reflections. (ANI)