Jeremy Renner's Road to Recovery Following Traumatic Accident Isn't a Walk in the Park

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It's been over a month since Jeremy Renner made headlines after being involved in a traumatic snowplow accident but the Marvel Cinematic Universe veteran is well on his way to recovery. While one would assume that his road to getting back to tip-top shape will be an easy one given how physically fit he is, it's not gonna be a walk in the park for the Hawkeye actor.

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But much like his MCU character Clint Barton, Renner is full of heart and determination. In the latest update regarding his condition, the 52-year-old star shared a new image from his recent physical therapy.

On his Instagram story posted over the weekend, Jeremy shared some of the equipment he uses for his physical therapy. It includes an array of resistance bands, weight belts, a resistance ring, and what looks to be an apparatus to monitor his blood pressure.

The actor isn't seen in the image unlike his previous update but the post does say that he dedicates his Sundays to therapy. Check it out here:

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Credit: Jeremy Renner on Instagram


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It was previously rumored that Renner will have to undergo another operation to have one of his legs removed. Thankfully, there seems to be zero truth to the malicious reports and by the looks of it, all he needs is physical therapy to help him recuperate fully from his horrific leg injuries.

As for his return to acting, it remains unclear how long he'll be missing in action but we'd like to assume that his recovery will be a long and arduous one but hey, it's nothing Hawkeye can't handle. For now, let's continue praying for him as he focuses on getting better.

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