Yeah if you're training for the model look just practise admiring yourself in the mirror for 3 sets of 10 minutes 2-3 times per week. That should get you good enough results.
But seriously from your stats it seems like all you would want to do is put an a little muscle since you have fairly low bodyfat. So maybe just try something like TBT aswell as eating more to gain some muscle mass.
Well first you'll have to start taking some top quality eostrogen... just inject it straight into your nads.
Just kidding. No there's no difference in the way you train, you still need to get the mass on you in the first place. Once you get there, then you can work on small, lacking areas of your physique and change reps ranges to either very low or high to minimise further hypertrophy. Genetics have a lot to do with it obviously, they'll control how and where you put the mass on.
The biggest issue I think you'll have is keeping the abs on. The best bet is to say goodbye to them for a few years, put on 60pnds or so, and then slowly strip the fat away to reveal them again. If you can't say goodbye to your abs, at least for a little while you will probably never say hello to an impressive physique.
I will just say that most of the ppl wanting top look like those guys (cover models) dont realizes thats its more than just getting damn lean. No most of those guys took a LOT of time BEFORE getting lean to build a nice base of muscle more than say 80% of the average world.
You need to get a nice base Years of Under the iron and then maybe cut to look like them and bust ass to try and keep all that muscle while going thorugh bouts of starvation for the next upcoming Photo shoot. They put well all their time into it. its their job can you commit that time?? Same can be said for an Arnold Physique different side of the same coin.
The difference would be the amount of food that is eaten. Also I used my ESP to determine that there is no way you are anywhere near the body fat stat you posted, otherwise you would already have the body of a menshealth model and would not have to be asking about how to achieve that look. Now go eat a sandwich.
This is a very common question I hear with people new to training.
They say most training isnt for them as its for body builders and they just want to look like so-and-so
The thing is a specific training method isnt specific to the big picture. By this I mean their is training specific to strength/hypertrophy/fat loss but NOT body builder/fitness model/couch potatoe.
Look at your end goal and then figure out what you need to do to achieve that. For either Fitness model or body builder your going to need to add a significant amount of muscle mass and get lean. Its the same goal just taken to different levels. So find a training program that is going to help you achieve your specific goal and go after it... the big picture only determines to what extreme you have to take each goal.