1.Visualize Your Morning
That’s right. Before falling asleep, think about what your morning is going to look like. You’re going to wake right up when your alarm goes off. You’re going to put your workout clothes on, wash your face, brush your teeth, and then you’re going to do 30 minutes of cardio and then you’re going to do your arm exercises with your free weights.
Obviously, this is just an example. You’ll have to use your own details and make it fit exactly to your schedule, but the point is that you want to actually visualize what your morning is going to look like from the moment your alarm goes off. This preps your mind for what is to come.