Kelly Starrett thinks that the damage caused to the body from too much texting is reaching epidemic levels. The average person is spending over 2 hours each day on their phones – usually in a broken, head forward position. The result is “camel neck,” an unsightly bump on the back of your neck, not to mention a host of downstream disorganization. It’s not just a drooping head at fault here. We’re often holding our phones in compromising positions, from the shoulders down to our grip on the device itself. Learn more by watching this video.