Balance, stability and the prevalence of falls leading to injury are topics of great concern within the older-adult population. It has been suggested that the exercise efficiently counteracts these age related disorders, reducing the risk of falling significantly. The purpose of this study is to consider the effect of Resistance-Balance training on dynamic balance in active elderly males. 20 subjects with average and standard deviation age of 57.83±3.05yr, weight 67.11±4.58kg and height 167.94±4.70cm were randomized to two trial groups. The subjects were randomized consecutively into two Groups: the group submitted for the resistance-Balance Training Program (Intervention Group) for the six week and with 3 sessions per week, consisting of 10 subjects; and the Control group, consisting of 10 subjects without intervention. Dynamic balance was evaluated in all subjects, before and at the end of the trial, with using the Star Excursion Balance Test (SEBT). Descriptive statistics, Paired sample t-test, and t-test for independent groups used to analyze the data (P≤0.05). Significant differences were seen between pre and post reaching distance using SEBT after the applying resistance-balance training program for practice group in all directions of SEBT. However the results not showed any difference between pre and post reaching distance in SEBT for control group. Resistance- Balance specifically considering the methods of this study could be implemented for older adults.