MeaningfulHQ.com suggests that making a plan will help you stick to it the next day.
It’s kind of a mind trick that makes you think that you have no other options because you have already solidified you plan for the morning.
Before you even go to sleep the night before, picture yourself waking up at the time you want, getting dressed, and starting your workout.
Then think about how you will feel after your workout and how important that feeling will be.
And in the morning, if you are struggling to get out of bed, recall this feeling you pictured from the night before and realize that you can only achieve this by getting out of bed and making this idea into a reality.
Another plan you can make is to plan your workouts ahead of time.
If you lift weights, plan which machines you will use, the weights, they types of exercise and you goals for the day.
If you run or ride a bike, plan out your trip. Include places that make you happy or you enjoy being near. Again, make sure you identify goals.