Joe Hoenig

About Joe Hoenig

Joe Hoenig is a USBC Silver coach and a graduate of the Dick Ritger Bowling Camps. A Licensed Master Social Worker by profession, Joe works full-time as a Clinical Trainer and Educator for a health insurance plan and takes his love of teaching and bowling onto the lanes, coaching both youth and adult students of all ages and skill levels. Additionally, Joe is a volunteer coach for the Suffolk County, NY Bowlympics youth travel league, which calls South Levittown Lanes its home.

Pin Perspectives: Bowling With Anger

Pin Perspectives: Bowling With Anger

A while back, I wrote an article entitled Bowling Angry, which discussed anger’s negative impact on bowling outcomes. Last week, during league, feeling fed up with my lackluster performance during games one and two, I found myself channeling my anger... [Read More]

Pin Perspectives: Rule or Duel

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Bowling, like any sport, has its unique set of playing rules, without which we wouldn’t know what we’re supposed to do, where we are supposed to do it, and how. Rules provide more than mere structure to an activity or... [Read More]

Starting on the Right Foot

Putting the pieces together to start the season

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Welcome back, bowlers! Your “off-season” has come and gone, and by the time you read this, you have probably attended meetings and bowled at least a week or two of the new season. While it’s simple to put on your... [Read More]

To Bowl or Not to Bowl?

Considerations for bowling's off-season

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We share a passion for a unique sport, one that can be enjoyed year-round. However, I’d like to pose a question to you, dear bowlers: just because you can bowl all year long, should you do so? Putting this into... [Read More]