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Jeremy Renner WALKS on anti-gravity treadmill after breaking over 30 bones in snowplow accident

Jeremy Renner WALKS! The Hawkeye action star struts his stuff on anti-gravity treadmill after breaking over 30 bones in terrifying snowplow accident

For the first time since his horrifying snowplow accident on January 1, two-time Oscar nominee Jeremy Renner was seen upright and walking on an anti-gravity treadmill during a physical therapy session on Sunday.

The 52-year-old Cali native – who broke over 30 bones – was seen explaining to an older gentleman how the machine allows him to feel ‘less weight’ as though he’s walking with a cane or holding handlebars to keep him upright.

‘That’s seriously cool. And you’re totally doing the walking function,’ the man told Jeremy in the video.

Renner replied: ‘Correct, exactly. It’s 40 percent of my weight’

The Hawkeye action star – who boasts 6.1M Twitter followers – captioned his post: ‘I now have to find OTHER things to occupy my time so my body can recover from my will. #minduful #intended #recovery.’

Jeremy has undergone two surgeries for blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries since he was crushed by a 14,330lb snowplow on New Year’s Day near his Nevada home.

According to Washoe County Sheriff Darin Balaam, Renner had been clearing snow from a private driveway when his snowcat started to roll away, and he was injured attempting to get back inside the vehicle.

Congrats! For the first time since his horrifying snowplow accident on January 1, two-time Oscar nominee Jeremy Renner was seen upright and walking on an anti-gravity treadmill during a physical therapy session on Sunday

The 52-year-old Cali native - who broke over 30 bones - was seen explaining to an older gentleman how the machine allows him to feel 'less weight' as though he's walking with a cane or holding handlebars to keep him upright

He could be heard saying, 'It's like having a cane'

‘It’s like having a cane’: The 52-year-old Cali native – who broke over 30 bones – was seen explaining to an older gentleman how the machine allows him to feel ‘less weight’ as though he’s walking with a cane or holding handlebars to keep him upright

'That's seriously cool. And you're totally doing the walking function,' the man told Jeremy in the video and he replied: 'Correct, exactly. It's 40 percent of my weight'

‘That’s seriously cool. And you’re totally doing the walking function,’ the man told Jeremy in the video and he replied: ‘Correct, exactly. It’s 40 percent of my weight’

Renner - who boasts 6.1M Twitter followers - captioned his post: 'I now have to find OTHER things to occupy my time so my body can recover from my will. #minduful #intended #recovery'

Renner – who boasts 6.1M Twitter followers – captioned his post: ‘I now have to find OTHER things to occupy my time so my body can recover from my will. #minduful #intended #recovery’

 

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