BAS UFC Body Action System Review

BAS UFC Body Action System Review 2024

In today’s article, we’ll be taking a closer look at and providing you with a review of UFC’s Body Action System (BAS).

When you’re learning how to fight, it’s crucial to be accurate and precise with your punches and your kicks. Knowing how to strike quickly and with strength isn’t the only important aspect of fighting, as it’ll be worthless if you miss your target. Body action systems are great tools for learning how to punch properly.

UFC’s Body Action System is a piece of equipment that goes a long way when talking about this, as it’s definitely going to help you learn a thing or two about precision. Many fighters praise this system, as it’s hosting a principle that doesn’t rely on strength or speed, but rather on precision and accuracy. If you’re looking for a tool that’s going to help you learn how to accurately place your hits and how to control your movement – this is the tool for you.

Today, we will be examining it more closely, taking a look at all the things it’s useful for and all the drawbacks that it has. Without further ado, let’s get started!

UFC Body Action System Overview

The Usefulness of BAS

Every martial arts athlete is on the lookout for a piece of equipment that’s affordable, properly angled, and portable enough to place it wherever it needs to go. It’s time to introduce yourself to BAS, a system that has everything you’re looking for.

It’s difficult to imagine martial arts training without a sparring partner, but during the tough times of the coronavirus pandemic, very few people can actually work with someone else in close contact. That’s why this system is great for this situation. Not only that, but it’s actually going to keep being useful if you have to practice at home.

Heavy bags aren’t as useful in this regard, as they’re not anatomically correct, and they do not provide the support that is needed to perform each action properly. They’re useless if you want to practice uppercuts, hooks, and angles.

The athletic industry figured out a way to fix this problem with electronic punching dummies, but they’re not as portable as BAS, which is definitely going to cause a problem when you’re training at home. These systems don’t give a full range and angles for proper training. Also, since the pads are flat and they face forward, angling is almost impossible with electronic punching dummies.

Let’s get one thing straight – no device can replace a real sparring partner. But BAS is the closest thing that can.

Field Tested

In case you didn’t know, BAS was actually designed by none other than Sebastian ‘Bas’ Rutten. If you don’t know who that is – he’s a former UFC champ who has won King of Pancrase world championship 3 times, and had an amazing career ending with a 22 unbeaten streak!

The accuracy of his strikes was simply staggering – measuring at 70.6%! He is now an MMA coach and the author of several instructional materials. He’s stepped up into a teaching role after retiring from fighting, and he’s teamed up with UFC’s designers to come up with a tool that’s going to almost perfectly replace a sparring partner.

This way, they designed a training tool that will build and enhance your skills in every way possible.


Since this design is patented, you won’t be seeing any other design similar to this one any time soon. The BAS has one head pad, one torso pad, focus pads, and T-Bars. 

The reason this system is set apart so much is because of the angles and the positioning of the pads. The head pad is built for strikes, uppercut, and hooks, and will provide the fighter with maximum compatibility with their body. The torso pad allows you to perfect your form, and it’s designed to take punches, elbow strikes and knee strikes. This is great, as you can practice fighting in a clinch.

The focusing pads and the T-Bars are used for side-to-side strikes and kicks.

What’s great about the pads is that they’re customizable and you can easily adjust any angle, as much as the width and the height of the pads. This way, you can size your ‘opponent’ from 4 feet to 6 feet and 5 inches in height. This makes BAS the most customizable body action system in the market.

Learning to Fight 

BAS is designed to teach you lightning-fast strikes while also staying accurate and keeping your strikes on point. This way, you’ll boost your overall body power while also staying on target. To quote UFC’s official standpoint on BAS “With up to 30X more muscle activation, the UFC | BAS Body Action System, total-body training, is the ideal way to become leaner, faster and a more powerful opponent.”


This system, just like all of UFC’s equipment, is made from high-end materials, ensuring that it will last for a long time. You don’t have to worry about it getting ripped or not being able to take a beating.

Pros and Cons

the only system that’s made this waytakes up a lot of room
great for learning how to fight and strengthening your body
the best system out there for learning precision and accuracy
pads are angled and both height and angles can be adjusted to suit  your needs

Our Verdict

BAS is a great system for learning how to fight! It’s definitely going to go a long way in teaching you precision and accuracy, along with allowing your speed and strength to flourish. If you’re interested and you’d like to learn more, feel free to order it.

Vladimir Vladisavljevic has been training in the art of kickboxing for over seven years, holds a Taekwondo black belt, and has a master's degree in sports and physical education. He's also a huge mixed martial arts fan. He's a big deal in Bulgaria as a mixed martial arts commentator, analyst, and podcaster.
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Vladimir Vladisavljevic

Vladimir Vladisavljevic has a master's degree in sports and physical education. He has been training in kickboxing for over seven years and holds a Taekwondo black belt. He's also a huge mixed martial arts fan. Vladimir is a big deal in Bulgaria as a mixed martial arts commentator, analyst, and podcaster. He was known as The Bulgarian Cowboy in the Western world. In addition, he has a YouTube channel where he talks about his love of esports, one of the fastest-growing fields in the world. Our testing and reviewing method.
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