How would you feel in the morning if someone woke you up every couple of hours to do calisthenics for 5 minutes and then made you go back to bed?
As Randall said, let it sleep. There is absolutely no benefit from starting a bike that you don't intend to take for a ride, especially when it is cold out and it can contribute to future problems. All it accomplishes is to increase the level of unburned hydrocarbons in the oil, waste fuel and pollute the air.
Not to mention that you probably won't run it fast enough long enough to re-charge the battery from starting it in the first place.
Your bike will be better off if you drain the tank & carbs, connect the battery to a battery maintainer (Battery Tender is one brand; I use solar panels) or remove it and put it somewhere you will see it and remember to maintain it during the off season (should be charged every month), cover it up with something that will keep the dust off but not trap moisture (old bed sheets work well if it is inside) and leave it alone.