SPRINZ in the media


WIL Sport and A.U.T to boost EJC riders at Misano

St John’s College Athlete Development Programme

Wallowing in sawdust offers a heap of benefits. NZ Herald
You could be forgiven for thinking it's a compost bath - but wallowing in steaming sawdust and fermented plant enzymes is the latest therapy to hit New Zealand… Although the baths are a ritual in Japan, Professor of Public Health Grant Schofield said he could not see any reason an enzyme bath would be much better than a regular hot spa. "More likely, it's that it is as good as hot spa, which you think will help you," said Schofield, director of the Human Potential Centre at AUT Millennium.

AUT public health expert Professor Grant Schofield is rubbishing claims that giving free gym memberships to over weight people will help tackle obesity. Radio Live
http://www.radiolive.co.nz/UK-considering-free-gym-memberships-for-obese- beneficiaries-Should-NZ-discuss-this-too/tabid/504/articleID/123134/Default.aspx

Message to eat fat ‘unhelpful’. Stuff.co.nz
Calls for official food guidelines to encourage people to eat fat are irresponsible, a New Zealand obesity expert says… Dr Caryn Zinn and Professor Grant Schofield, from Auckland University of Technology, are among 16 international experts to throw their weight behind the UK report.