I have this problem. Lately I’ve been a big fan of pressing the snooze button when my alarm goes off in the morning, especially if I’m not planning on running.
Maybe that sounds crazy, but if I don’t have the promise of an early morning run to look forward to, then I’m entirely less enticed to wake up early for a workout, and since up until very recently the weather had STILL been much less stellar, there hadn’t been many opportunities for running with the sunrise.
That greatly amplified my snooze button problem. On non-run days I like to do bodyweight workouts before work, but for some reason on those days I’m not leaping out of bed the minute my alarm goes off. My thought process then is more like, “All I have to do is get dressed and roll out my mat, 9 more minutes of sleep won’t make a big difference.”
Only, when I repeat that process 3 times suddenly I’ve slept an extra half hour and the workout I had intended to last something like 45 minutes gets cut down to about 20, which is fine because something is better than nothing but more time for exercise is also better than less, especially when most of your day involves sitting at a desk.