CHARLIE Cameron has revealed the story behind the 'motorbike' goal celebration he's begun in the past few weeks.
The lightning quick Brisbane small forward uncorked it again against Fremantle on Sunday, putting both hands up as if to rev the engine following his Goal of the Year contender in the first quarter.
Cameron is a big NFL fan and says he copied the move from a New Orleans Saints dressing-room celebration.
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"I found a clip on Instagram last year and I've just brought it out of the woodworks I guess," Cameron told the club's podcast, The Roar Deal.
"They do it off one leg and I haven't done that. Everyone makes fun of me, but that's my thing now.
"I'll stick with it when I kick goals on the run. It's a little bit of fun and (I'm just) trying to get everyone a little excited."
Cameron is in the midst of a terrific season, averaging 13 disposals and kicking 18 goals, but has let himself down with a number of easy set-shot misses.
Against the Dockers he missed one from 30m out directly in front early in the final quarter that would have given the Lions a three-goal lead.
Cameron's 18 goals have come from 43 shots. Only Jordan de Goey (19 from 46) has a lower percentage of the players that have kicked more goals, and teammate Eric Hipwood (16 from 41) a lower percentage among the top-25 goalkickers.
But Cameron is doing something about it.
Earlier in the week, the 24-year-old addressed his goalkicking with renowned English sports performance coach Dave Alred, who has previously helped the Lions.
Alred has worked with all sorts of sportsmen, including rugby World Cup winning Englishman Jonny Wilkinson and US Open golf champion Francesco Molinari.
"It was good for him to come back and give us some reassurance and some things we need to work on to help us out," Cameron said.
"It was the reminder. We're doing a lot of stuff right, it was more of the little things.
"He talks about pillars from your shoulders to your waist and he watches that a lot.
"Everyone has a different routine, it's just about what helps you out best."