If you want to get out of bed first thing in the morning, my best advice is to first go to bed earlier. Plan on getting at least eight hours of sleep and you will feel refreshed in the morning and be more likely to exercise.
You can also set out your exercise clothes, shoes and towel by your bed, so it's easy to get dressed and, when you open your eyes, you will be immediately reminded of going to the gym.
Another way to psych yourself into working out is to write out the top 10 reasons you feel it's imperative you exercise and post them on your bathroom mirror.
Also, take some time to think about some short and long-term goals. It's hard to stay committed to a routine when you have a general want to look or feel differently. Really think about what you want and write it down. A short-term goal might be to lose 4-6 pounds in a month, increase your running speed by a certain amount, or hold your plank for a longer time. A long-term goal could be fitting into a specific pant size, participating in a fitness event, or trying out for a team. When you are clear with what your goals are, it will be easier to get motivated to work out.