Defending NRL premiers Melbourne are happy to take advice from the Super Rugby champion Crusaders but don't expect Storm coach Craig Bellamy to be copying his opposite's post-match celebrations.
The Crusaders, in Melbourne to play the Rebels on Friday night, had lunch on Thursday with Storm players and coach Scott Robertson addressed the gathering.
The former All Black is known for his breakdancing celebrations on field when his team win a title, with the Crusaders' video analyst sharing the dance to the delight of the Storm players.
"He's a very-talented breakdancer - probably as talented as he is as coach and everyone really enjoyed it," Bellamy said.
"My players are going to say, 'You need to be doing that', but I'd dislocate both hips, I'd imagine, if I tried those moves."
While the Crusaders sit top of the Super Rugby standings, the fourth-placed Storm can move closer to ladder leaders St George Illawarra with a win on Sunday afternoon at Kogarah.
Bellamy said the Dragons had been a class above the rest after the opening eight rounds.
"We're a third of a way through the season and they've been tremendous," Bellamy said on Thursday.
"Their attacking stats and defensive stats are way above anything I can remember a team starting the season.
"We know it's going to be a tough ask, but we've been playing pretty good the last three weeks."
Last round, "pretty good" equated to a 50-10 demolition job on the third-placed Warriors, which included six first-half tries.
Bellamy said he'd like a couple more halves like that but would realistically settle for a high completion rate and solid defence.
"We don't expect that to happen too often but we want to be starting hard and fast each week and give ourselves a chance of having another half like that," he said.
The Storm's hopes were boosted with injured duo Suliasi Vunivalu and Dale Finucane training strongly.
The pair, as well as Curtis Scott, were named for the Dragons showdown. Winger Vunivalu (hamstring) and lock Finucane (thumb) trained with the team but Scott (ankle) did solo work.
Bellamy said his team were in good shape mentally after the long break from their Anzac Day clash.
"We needed that break because the guys have had a pretty hectic schedule - that was our fourth game in 20 days.
"Those three days were really important and they look like they've come back with a spring in their step so we'll see how big a spring on Sunday."