When I switched jobs about four (!) years ago, I switched up my workout routine. I went from working out in the evening, as soon as I got home, to working out five minutes after waking up every weekday.
That's a big change. And it was for the better. Let me tell you why...
--I have no time to dread my workout or talk myself out of it. I just jump out of bed and do it, purely on auto-pilot for the first bit. On the rare occasions that I wake up before the alarm, I dread working out only if I hate my workout for the day - and that's rare.
--I never miss a workout. Nothing comes up - except the rare illness - at 5:30am to keep me from working out. I love it!
--It limits the time I can dread a workout. As stated before, I rarely dread a workout, but if I do, I don't have time to talk myself out of it because by the time my brain is fully functional, I'm already jumping, jogging, or punching.
--I never overthink a move or a step - I just do it. My brain is simply following the moves for the first 15-20 minutes.
--My workout is over and done with before I know it. No more dreading going home and NOT relaxing - and working out instead. I hated those days and now they're no more.
--By the time I get to work, my workout is like a bad dream with no influence over the rest of my day. I love getting it over and done with before I can think about it.
--I have more energy in the morning than after a long day at work. On the rare times I do an evening workout these days, they exhaust me. I'm literally a zombie afterward. Morning workouts are energizing and give me the confidence to feel strong and powerful throughout the day.
If those aren't enough reasons for you to give morning workouts a try, then I don't know what is. That being said, I've never hit a snooze button on an alarm. If you're a snoozer, morning workouts may be difficult.