Full Tank adds HBCD and beta-alanine to Astro Amino for a complete intra-workout

Astroflav Full Tank

Astroflav already has an amino supplement on the market in Astro Amino, featuring a blend of electrolytes for hydration, all nine EAAs to support muscle recovery, betaine, taurine, coconut water, and AstraGin. The brand has now come out with a second amino competitor in Full Tank, which is incredibly similar to Astro Amino, except for two key differences.

Astroflav’s Full Tank is basically Astro Amino infused with a solid dose of carbohydrates. Like that previously released supplement, Full Tank has 5g of BCAAs, a combined 3g of the other six EAAs, a gram each of betaine and taurine, half a gram of coconut water, and 50mg of AstraGin. The product also includes electrolytes for hydration and performance, although notably, they aren’t premium Aquamin marine-sourced minerals.

Astroflav Full Tank Label

What separates Full Tank from Astro Amino, is Astroflav has combined those features mentioned with 1.2g of beta-alanine for even more performance support, and thrown in 20g of high-quality Cluster Dextrin branded highly branched cyclic dextrin. As mentioned, it’s basically a carbohydrate-enhanced Astro Amino, making for a more robust intra-workout solution.

Astroflav has lowered the number of servings you get per tub in Full Tank to 20 compared to Astro Amino’s 30, and it is still slightly more expensive at $44.95 through astroflav.com. The performance, endurance, and recovery fueling product does come in flavored powder format with three options on its menu in Rocket Pop, Cherry Limeade, and Pink Lemonade.