Olympian Amy Van Dyken-Rouen was partially paralyzed in a terrible ATV accident this summer, but soon after the accident she went on the Today Show and vowed she would walk again.
On Thursday, with the help of a walker and what appears to a bionic device that aids her legs, she did just that. It's been just two and a half months since the accident.
She tagged it with two hashtags: "one step at a time" and "it could happen."
The former gold-medalist posted a second Instagram video shortly after saying, "Standing up for the first time on my own in 2 1/2 months."
It is a stunning recovery in a very short amount of time.
She also posted a photo of her with her husband, Tom Rouen, at the hospital.
Van Dyken-Rouen won 6 gold medals at the 1996 and 2000 Olympics.