In light air, hold the weight forward and leeward, and move smoothly to the new side to create heel out of the jibe. The only crew who might have to move are the trimmers. Remember, movement kills speed, so keep it light, then freeze. In medium air, roll the boat a bit. Hike hard on the weather side to flatten the boat and help with the turn. As the mainsail comes across, hold until the boat starts to heel, then head up to the new weather side, “squashing” the boat flat to help it accelerate. In heavy air, get to the high side as the mainsail crosses the boat and hike!