When Cheer first premiered on Netflix, it’s safe to say no one expected the Navarro cheerleading team to become an overnight sensation. The Texas cheerleading team has been a worldwide sensation. They have achieved their goal of winning the championship every year. The hit TV show is back for another season of intense competition and the challenge of preparing for a pandemic.
This season is certain to be more difficult than the previous. The pandemic not only tests the team’s resolve, but also requires that the arrest and detention of Jerry Harris , one the series’ breakout stars be addressed. Many of the original season’s stars are now in their last year at Navarro. If they want another win, it’s now or never. With the entire world watching, it’s more important than ever to win.
After a binge of Netflix’s Cheer, it’s easy to feel like an expert in all things cheerleading. A stranger can easily explain to you what a full-out looks like, or how a pyramid works. Despite this, viewers still have a few questions that they don’t know the answers to. One of these mysteries is FIOFMU, a Navarro acronym.
Although it isn’t mentioned by cheerleaders, it is often used in the show and you have to wonder what it means. Scroll down to find out.
Here’s what the acronym FIOFMU stands for in Cheer.
What does FIOFMU stand for in Cheer?
According to Women’s Health, Aldama says it’s not uncommon for teams to have secret acronyms amongst themselves. The second season saw rival Trinity Valley Community College adopt their own acronym, “CFCC”, which they frequently shout out.
“It is an acronym that we like to keep private. Aldama states that it is your encouragement to persevere [the cheerleading season] and brings you together as a family.
A since deleted Urban Dictionary post could be the clue to what it means. According to the site, FIOFMU may mean “Fight it out fem up.” Although Kayla Culver, who says she’s a form